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A Helping Hand: How To Use Financial Aid To Pay For College

Paying for college may seem like a giant hurdle standing between you and your degree, but in fact there are several opportunities for financial aid that may alleviate the cost burden. Here is an overview of the financial aid process, as well as a few resources that can help move you one step closer to your diploma.

CTU’s Dr. Connie Johnson Appointed to OLC’s Bill and Melinda Gates Grant Advisory Committee

Dr. Connie Johnson, Provost and Chief Academic Officer of Colorado Technical University, was recently appointed to the Online Learning Consortium’s (OLC) Bill and Melinda Gates Grant Advisory Committee (GAC). OLC is seeking to tap Johnson’s decades of experience in online learning as it oversees distribution of a $2.5 million grant for the development and deployment of advanced digital courseware solutions. 

Intellipath: Be the Boss of Your Learning Experience

At CTU, we know that every student learns differently. With Intellipath™, an adaptive learning technology that aligns course material to your knowledge level, your activity is assessed as you proceed through the course material and you’re served a personalized learning experience along the way.1

Master’s Advantage & Doctoral Advantage: Get a Head Start

Picture that you’re a sprinter, fingers on the ground at the starting line. You’re pitted against four other racers, and you’re all just waiting for the starting bell. Then, suddenly, you take off. Before your other competitors are even aware, you’ve already completed a full lap. That’s a head start.

Wouldn’t it be great if you could take that same principle and apply it to your education? With Colorado Technical University Master’s Advantage and Doctoral Advantage, that’s possible.

Adaptive Learning and Fast Track™ Exams for Military Students

CTU’s Dr. Connie Johnson, Chief Academic Officer and Provost, spoke at the VA-ACME conference earlier this year on adaptive learning and CTU Fast Track™ exams and how they can be beneficial for military students.

CTU Awarded Excellence in eLearning Program by ITC

CTU announced today it was selected by the Instructional Technology Council (ITC) to receive its Outstanding eLearning Program Award.

American Council on Education Selects CTU for Alternative Credit Pilot Program

Funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, program aims to create a more flexible pathway toward degree completion.

Intellipath™ Personalizes Learning for Online MBA Students

Intellipath™, CTU’s proprietary education technology, is helping online MBA students control what, how and when they learn.

STEM Education: The future of the workforce

CTU Faculty discuss their recent experiences with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) and how habits of the mind can be beneficial for all students.

CTU’s MBA Program Wins WCET Outstanding Work (WOW) Award

CTU’s MBA Program Wins WCET Outstanding Work (WOW) Award for intellipath™ Adaptive Learning Technology - Recognized for Innovation that Improves Student Success through Customized Learning Plans.

Top 10 Characteristics of a Good Doctoral Instructor

What do passion, positivity and professionalism all have in common? They’re just a few of the qualities that set CTU’s life-changing faculty apart from the rest.

Students Can Save up to 30% on Tuition and Reduce Time to Graduate

Announcing Fast Track: Students Can Save Up to 30% on Tuition and Reduce Time to Graduate By Demonstrating Proficiency in Core Subjects

Five Takeaways from Dr. Bertice Berry’s Words for Graduates

Sociologist, researcher, and author Dr. Bertice Berry delivered a commencement address to more than 1,000 CTU graduates in person and online.

Higher Education: A Remarkable Return on Investment

College education offers tremendous value in today’s economy. This survey of recent labor, lifestyle and health research lists key benefits of a college degree.

Entrepreneurship 101: What Is Its Relevance in Higher Education?

Entrepreneurship may be the new kid on the university block, but in today’s economy where more and more people must start over, it could also be the most useful.